Lessonly offers trainers and coaches five kinds of training content to help employees develop skills, reinforce best practices, and continuously improve. Content types include:
Each type can be created from the Content page of the Lessonly platform. Read on to learn about each one.
How to Create a Lesson
Lessons are relatively short training objects that help learners comprehend the fundamental facts and ideas about a given concept or practice.
To create a new lesson navigate to the Content page, click the New Content button, then select New Lesson from the menu.
When users with content permissions create a new lesson, a modal appears prompting the user to title the lesson and provide a description.
This step is optional but highly recommended when first creating a lesson. Adding this information will make it easier to find your content in the lesson builder. Remember, you can always update the title and description later.
How to Create a Path
Paths are comprehensive training curricula that consist of lessons about the same topic. Whereas lessons treat a discrete subject or task, paths weave together many different aspects of a given knowledge domain. Paths can take learners from merely knowing about something to fully comprehending it, or even applying their new knowledge to solve problems.
To create a new path navigate to the Content page, click the New Content button, then select New Path from the menu.
How to Create a Path Certification
To create a new certification navigate to the Content page, click the New Content button, then select New Certification from the menu.
A certification path is a collection of lessons creating one overall assignment. Upon completing a certification path users receive a certificate. For more information on certifications, check out this article.
How to Create a SCORM Lesson
To create a new SCORM lesson navigate to the Content page, click the New Content button, then select New SCORM Lesson from the menu.
SCORM lessons consist of SCORM files. New to SCORM? Click here for a 60-second overview of the standard, then check out this article for more information on creating and editing lessons from SCORM files.
How to Create a Practice Scenario
To create a new practice scenario navigate to the Content page, click the New Content button, then select New Practice Scenario from the menu.
Practice scenarios are training simulations that users can take on their own time (i.e., they're available on demand). Scenarios are viewable by groups and can be taken multiple times. Check out this article for more information on practice scenarios.
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